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  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Native American
  • Language:English
  • Pages:212
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781667853109
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667853093

There Are No Utes In Utah

History of the Uinta Valley Shoshone Tribe of the Utah Nation

by Dora Van , Tressa Jordan and John Torres

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Overview
"There Are No Utes In Utah" combines anthropological studies, federal records, and period newspapers to discuss the impact of Euro-American invasions, settlements, wars, reservations, and federal policies pertaining to Native Americans.
Description
The Native American Inhabitants of the Utah Territory have a long, eventful history and rich culture, from the ancient Fremont Indians to the historical tribes of Utes and Shoshones. This territory has been their homeland since before the 1100's. This book combines anthropological studies, federal records, and period newspapers to discuss the impact of Euro-American invasions, settlements, wars, reservations, and federal policies pertaining to Native Americans.
About the author
Dora Van is the Chairwoman of the Uinta Valley Shoshone Tribe. Through her leadership, the people have banded together and remained viable. She resides on the Uinta Valley Reservation, also known as the Uinta & Ouray Agency, in Utah.
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